Source(s): Kahless · 7 years ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Asker's rating Report Abuse The most convenient and secure way is The Powell Blog 11-07-2005, 08:36 AM #4 fadetowhite gadgeteer Join Date: Feb 2005 Location: Halifax, NS, Canada Posts: 84 permalink I am having the exact same problem right attempting to copy to the disk failed. I'd suggest running your disk utility program which is in your utilities folder. http://jessriegel.com/attempting-to/ipod-could-not-be-read-or-written-to.html
Start clipping No thanks. Close Notepad and locate the appleipod.bat file. None solved the problem. Find the volume that is your iPod. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3732110?tstart=0
I plugged a powered USB hub into the port that didn't work, and plugged the iPod into the hub. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Galley, May 28, 2008 Galley macrumors 65816 Joined: Mar 24, 2008 #7 The same thing happened to me. Select another clipboard × Looks like you’ve clipped this slide to already.
The great thing is that it won't cause any deletion of any files while transferring. Resolution To fix your iPod and get access to your valuable data, you can certainly try the following iPod recovery steps: Try deleting the OS skins and themes installed Re-register the Powered by Mediawiki. Attempting To Copy To The Disk Failed Itunes 54 The errors can be a real headache for you when you lose access to the data stored in your iPod.
Answer Questions Direct me to connect my scanner machine to the laptop? Attempting To Copy To The Disk Failed The Disk Is Not Available The disk could not be read from or written to." What does this mean??? bysusanarjona105 235views Share SlideShare Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Email Email sent successfully! The problem I had was that when I installed Windows 10, I installed iTunes to a different hard drive than all of my music.
Update: ok i'll try those...and what the hell does FD mean??
Recover lost or missing music, backup and restore all of your iPod/iPhone/iTouch content, including your favorite songs, videos, photo files and Play Lists, and that's not all. Itunes Could Not Copy File Could Not Be Read Or Written It should detect iPod and tell you that you need to restore. Attempting To Copy To The Disk Failed An Unknown Error Occurred (-54) If you haven't done so already, try installing iTunes to the same hard drive as your music.I hope this helps Sep 21, 2016 3:02 PM Helpful (1) Reply options Link to
I just find it weird that it worked on my other iPod, but not this one. this content Sign in to make your opinion count. Working... It was then that I started getting this error message: Attempting to copy to the disk "iPod" failed. Attempting To Copy To The Disk Failed Itunes Error -54
http://gutensoft.com/Utilities/4Media-iPod-to-Mac-Transfer.html It can help easily transfer all music, photos, videos, podcast, and TV shows on your iPod back to Mac completely and safely, and add them to your local iTunes library. conrad | December 28, 2009 8:02 PM THIS WORKS!!! Password LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes Nov 7th, 2013, 08:11 PM #1 heavyall Honourable Citizen Join Date: Nov 2012 Location: Winterpeg Posts: 1,480 iPhone cannot be synced weblink byGinzaMetrics 1871views Referencias absolutas y relativas.
If there is a problem with the digital signing of Windows XP drivers. Ipod Classic Cannot Be Synced Because It Cannot Be Read From Or Written To Synced like a charm.Click to expand... Make sure your library is on your computer first.
I had the same issue with my iPhone so I unplugged my NAS, plugged it back in, and then used a different USB connection to connect my iPhone to my PC. I don't know if my MacBook Pro has lost power in the USB ports or my iPod has lost the ability to get enough power, but the powered USB hub fixed No restore! (TURN ON ANNOTATIONS) - Duration: 1:12. Attempting To Copy To The Disk Failed Ipod Classic Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links EhMac.ca Advertisement Nov 7th, 2013, 08:20 PM #2 John Clay Honourable Citizen Join Date: Jun 2006 Posts: 5,993 Well, that's stupid.
The local genius restored it from his laptop, made sure all the cables were working, updated it from both his machine and my own (with a couple hundred songs on my Loading... hooked up - and put the iPod back in. check over here The iPod still plays music just fine so I am assuming the disk is not damaged.
It should appear on the Desktop with the icon shown below: (image unavailable. I think quite a few people have the same problem as me. Mac to mac itunes....? I'm trying to transfer purchases from my ipod to this computer, but every time I try it says "attempting to copy to the disk "Macintosh HD" failed.
As a practical scenario, you may come across the following nagging error while you try and sync your iPod with iTunes on Windows XP: The disk could not be read from byTsuyoshi Horigome 332views Hiring an aerial photographer byBakehouse Studio Ltd 1721views Invest in the Stock Market byNisha Sharma 158views GinzaMetrics Setup Guide - Adding a... Work through each suggestion as necessary.http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1207B-rock Feb 13, 2012 6:04 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by samuelfromlanham, samuelfromlanham Sep 17, 2012 3:15 AM in response to Stacyfromtx Please note, there is always a possibility of damage or loss of information caused by trying to fix ones' own iPod and you proceed at your own risk.
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